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PDS_VERSION_ID     = PDS3                                                     
RECORD_TYPE        = "STREAM"                                                 
OBJECT             = TEXT                                                     
  NOTE             = "                                                        
    AAREADME file for version 2.0 of the EPOXI HRII                           
    (High Resolution Infrared Spectrometer)                                   
    In-flight Calibrations Raw Data Archive.                                  
  PUBLICATION_DATE = 2011-06-30                                               
END_OBJECT         = TEXT                                                     
  This dataset contains version 2.0 of raw calibration spectra acquired       
  by the High Resolution Infrared Spectrometer (HRII) from 04 October 2007    
  through 07 February 2011 during the EPOCh, 103P/Hartley 2 Encounter, and    
  cruise phases of the EPOXI mission.  This dataset supersedes version 1.0    
  which contained raw calibration data only through May 2010.                 
Volume Format                                                                 
  This single-volume dataset has been formatted according to the ISO-9660     
  level 2 Interchange Standard for directories and file names as described    
  in Version 3.7 of the PDS Standards Reference.                              
File Formats                                                                  
  All text documents and other meta information files such as                 
  descriptions, PDS object definitions, and detached PDS labels are           
  stream format files, with a carriage return (ASCII 13) and a line           
  feed character (ASCII 10) at the end of the record.  This allows            
  the files to be read by various operating systems.                          
Volume Contents                                                               
  Files on this single-volume dataset are organized into a set of             
  subdirectories below the top-level directory.  The following table shows    
  the general structure and content.  The top-level of the volume is          
  indicated by a single forward slash (/) and subdirectory names are          
  surrounded by forward slashes (/). See the *INFO.TXT files located in each  
  subdirectory for specific information about the contents the subdirectory.  
  /                       Top level of volume (dataset)                       
  |-- AAREADME.TXT        This file                                           
  |-- ERRATA.TXT          Known anomalies concerning this dataset             
  |-- VOLDESC.CAT         Description of the logical contents of this volume  
  |--/CATALOG/            Directory containing PDS catalog files providing    
  |                       overviews of the mission, instrument, and dataset   
  |--/DATA/               Directory containing raw data products              
  |  |                                                                        
  |  +--/YYYY/            Multiple year directories, as needed                
  |     |                                                                     
  |     +--/DDD/          Multiple day-of-year directories                    
  |        |                                                                  
  |        |-- *.FIT      FITS file, 2-D spectral image with one extension    
  |        +-- *.LBL      PDS label, one for each FITS file                   
  |--/DOCUMENT/           Directory containing documents most useful for      
  |                       understanding this dataset                          
  +--/INDEX/              Directory containing PDS index files                
Whom to Contact for Information                                               
  Questions regarding the scientific elements of this dataset should be       
  directed to:                                                                
    Michael A'Hearn                                                           
    Principal Investigator, EPOXI                                             
    Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland                           
    College Park, Maryland 20742 USA                                          
    Kenneth Klaasen                                                           
    Calibration and Sequencing Lead, EPOXI                                    
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory                                                 
    4800 Oak Grove Drive                                                      
    Pasadena, CA 91109 USA                                                    
    Dennis Wellnitz                                                           
    Sequencing Lead, EPOCh Investigation                                      
    Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland                           
    College Park, Maryland 20742 USA                                          
  Questions about data formats and geometry-related information               
  should be directed to:                                                      
    Brian Carcich and Steve Sackett                                           
    EPOXI Science Data Center                                                 
    Department of Astronomy, Cornell University                               
    610 Space Sciences Building                                               
    Ithaca, NY 14853 USA                                                      
  Questions regarding the PDS elements in this dataset should be              
  directed to:                                                                
    Stephanie McLaughlin                                                      
    EPOXI Archive Team                                                        
    Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland                           
    College Park, Maryland 20742 USA